Hamilton won 11 prizes at last night’s 70th annual Tony Awards, where Broadway stars and celebrities wore a panoply of color, florals, and sleeved dresses to celebrate the industry’s finest. There were in fact so many sleeves: Take Cynthia Erivo in Roberto Cavalli (the same designer who made Beyoncé’s car-smashing yellow dress), Cate Blanchett in Louis Vuitton, and the shimmering floral-printed arms of Daveed Diggs’s jacket. Who else wore long sleeves? Marlee Matlin, Karolína Kurková, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Glenn Close, Laura Benanti, Keri Russell, and Judith Light.
This year the Tonys returned* to the Beacon Theatre, where select nominees were dressed by Anna Wintour. The Vogue editor is famously now interested in Broadway, two years after she declared the red carpet a “disaster.” She wore Schiaparelli Haute Couture and appeared with daughter Bee Shaffer, who carried a custom Hamilton-inspired Edie Parker clutch.
Click ahead to see all the looks from the night.